Punishment is not Discipline (Part 1)

Dr. Nicholas Jenner is a Counseling psychologist in private practice working with individuals, couples, groups and companies. Apart from seeing clients face-to-face, Dr Jenner also runs a thriving online therapy business bringing help to those who are housebound or located in rural locations where therapy is difficult to find. Online Therapy details : Here The…

A Tale of PTSD

Dr. Nicholas Jenner is a Counseling psychologist in private practice working with individuals, couples, groups and companies. Apart from seeing clients face-to-face, Dr Jenner also runs a thriving online therapy business bringing help to those who are housebound or located in rural locations where therapy is difficult to find. Online Therapy details : Here One…

Can our own childhood memories affect our children?

Dr. Nicholas Jenner is a Counseling psychologist in private practice working with individuals, couples, groups and companies. Apart from seeing clients face-to-face, Dr Jenner also runs a thriving online therapy business bringing help to those who are housebound or located in rural locations where therapy is difficult to find. Online Therapy details : Here We…

My personal top five : Self-Help books

Dr. Nicholas Jenner is a Counseling psychologist in private practice working with individuals, couples, groups and companies. Apart from seeing clients face-to-face, Dr Jenner also runs a thriving online therapy business bringing help to those who are housebound or located in rural locations where therapy is difficult to find. Online Therapy details : Here I…

Positive Thinking YES but a touch of Realism is usually what’s called for

I become rather irritated when I enter the sugary world portrayed by the Happiness movement and the average self-help book. The message is clear : Think positively and the world will be a better place, riches and happiness will follow and you will never have a negative thought again. Nice as this thought is, it…

Background: New Suicidal Behavior Research

Following my last blog post, quite a lot of interest was generated concerning the new word association test for the prediction of suicidal tendencies. It is being considered amongst the scientific community as an exciting breakthrough and one that could potentially save thousands of lives. Following some research of my own, I found some more…

New Research on Suicidal Behavior : Associations between life and death

A few days ago, I was passed a rather controversial article written by an American psychologist in the wake of the Tony Scott suicide stating that “he hates suicide but understands it in the case of terminal illnesses” and “even highly trained psychologists have trouble defining a suicidal patient”. As a psychologist, I know this…

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